TeaHour.FM Is Looking To Become The Top Startup Podcast In China
Teahour.FM is a startup podcast that covers everything ranging from startups to funding to programming and general incubator/mentorship. The podcast is gaining a lot of popularity in China and it is also receiving excellent feedback from the startup and programming community. As of now, Teahour.FM have released more than 50 podcast episodes.
The show is hosted by Terry Tai，Dingding Ye, Daniel Lv ,and Kevin Wang and the podcast is based in Hangzhou China. Even though China has a strong user database of programmers, the community is still extremely scattered. More and more resources are popping up online to assist people in learning programming or starting their own startups. Teahour.FM is one of those.
One of Teahour.FM’s first podcast episodes was about “How to learn ruby on rails.” In that episode they discussed about how anyone can learn rails. They mention that you are not born with talent, instead programming takes a lot of motivation, heart, and time. In that same episode, they went through a lot of ways people can learn rails and how it differs from other programming languages. It’s good to see that people are learning rails in China because most people in China stick with php for their web development projects.
In another episode, they talked about the Saas business model and how it works within startups. In that episode, the host spoke about what’s the best pricing model and why a Saas business model is extremely effective for startups. Later in that episode, the host went in depth on how to start a Saas based startup and how to jump start it as well. Teahour.FM also gave a lot of examples of successful Saas based startups.
The podcast is avaliable on their site or in the iTunes store. Their goal is to be able to provide valuable startup information and startup exposure to the public in China. The host also encourage more and more people to learn programming and offer advice for those that need it. Teahour.FM believes that technology will change the world in the future and hopes that talented individuals in China can make a difference as well.
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